The French Kitchen: A Cookbook

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Doubleday, 2003 - Cooking, French - 256 pages
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Presents the author's various family recipes which have been passed down through the generations, in a celebration of French cuisine, from pumkin soup to Moules Mariniere, from Tarte aux cassis to Fouace Aveyronnaise. These recipes are illustrated with photographs. This cookbook is intended for the lovers of food and France.

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Joanne Harris (Author)
Joanne Harris is an Anglo-French author, whose books include fourteen novels, two cookbooks and many short stories. Her work is extremely diverse, covering aspects of magic realism, suspense, historical fiction, mythology and fantasy. She has also written a Doctor Who novella for the BBC, has scripted guest episodes for the game Zombies, Run!, and is currently engaged in a number of musical theatre projects as well as developing an original drama for television.
In 2000, her 1999 novel Chocolat was adapted to the screen, starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp. She is an honorary Fellow of St Catharine's College, Cambridge, and in 2013 was awarded an MBE by the Queen.

Fran Warde (Author)
Fran Warde's career has been fuelled by a passion for food. Trained as a chef, she worked at the Café Royal, on an Australian prawn trawler, ran her own cookery school and then moved into food styling and food writing. She is the food editor of Red Magazine and the author of Food for Friends, Eat, Drink, Live and Thirty Minute Italian. She lives in West London with her husband and two children.

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